AUT University has a 30 year reputation for preparing nurses who are acknowledged internationally as graduates of exceptional quality in a range of specialities.
All our nursing courses are dynamic and continually evolve with the latest research and needs of the health care sector, including our Advanced Nursing Practice postgraduate programme. Our strong links to district health boards, hospitals and private practices, ensure students gain extensive clinical learning in a variety of health care settings. Interactive on campus learning includes lectures, small group tutorials and simulation experiences supported by our leading research centres; AUT Centre for Active Ageing, The interdisciplinary Trauma Research Unit and the Centre for Midwifery and Women’s Health Research
Nurses can benefit from our integrated Health Science postgraduate programmes. Providing students the flexibility to pursue pathways that interest their profession and career objectives. Programmes range from Certificate level, through to Masters and PhD level in many specialist fields of Nursing. Programmes are designed to meet the needs of working health practitioners, so are offered part time or full time in a flexible learning environment, including online and block course paper options.
Last updated: 27-Sep-2017 2.46pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.